Stellers and Cardinals win as Cowichan dominates Div. 3

Cowichan’s Div. 3 ladies field hockey teams both picked up wins last weekend.

The Stellers got goals from Jill Dayton, Haley Koers, Rayanne Pearson and Ashlyn Toljander as they shut down the Rebels Renegades 4-0. Teresa Gregus scored twice and Shylane Davidson and Alyssa Davidson had one goal apiece as the Cowichan Kestrels edged the Ravens 4-3. In Div. 1, Sophie Murray, Kristi Sykes and Kyla Toljander scored as the Cowichan Flickers tied the Mariners 3-3, and in Div. 2, the Cowichan Cardinals were edged 4-3, their scoring coming from Shylayne Davidson, Jill Roberts and Taylor Wainman.

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